Yes, if you have irregular sleep patterns, you can cause irregular eating patterns. If you are awake more, you use more calories, which means you have to increase your intake, or if you are attempting to lose weight it isnt so bad. If you sleep quite often, your body doesn't have an active metabolism, which means when you do eat, your body will almost instantly store it as fat for later use. Sometimes you may not notice any fat gain, but it can destroy the muscles that are not in use, so mass per mass you may not notice a difference until the milk gallon decides to start feeling heavier. Also sleeping after eating is unhealthy for the same reason, your body doesn't have enough time to burn the calories, so you store them, like hibernation.
if were counting every detail yes more sleep would make you weigh more because it reduces the amount of sports and exercise you do in the morining for example if you wake up a 6am and go to school at 9 you would have had 3 hours of exercise if you wake up at 8 you would only have 1 hour of exercise
Yes it does. I noticed that this year I gained quite a bit of weight, due to stress and lack of sleep. It can make you gain weight. It is however important not to oversleep i.e. no more than 9 hours, because then it becomes bad for your heart.
Research suggests it does. There is a medical student at my university who is studying this - he is coming up with a healthy sleep programme designed assist in maintaining a healthy weight.
A cold shower, or atleast a cold rinse can help burn calories because your body is suddenly shocked with cold, and it uses up calories to try and keep at a comfy 98 degree
Sleep is the time your body digest the food. That is the reason why one weighs less in the morning. One should not have less than 5 1/2 hours sleep.
I've never really noticed an effect, but a healthy sleep and a cold shower gets you fresh and feeling good for the next day.
Could be Physiological?
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Haha, I wish I could get that.